The most popular guest editors in 2015, pages worth revisiting if you missed them first time round.

In 2015, we had a stellar line-up of guest editors, each sharing their favourite haunts online. From industry experts to Michelin starred chefs, each week has introduced us to new sites that are now firmly on our radar and hopefully GWG visitors.

Here are the most popular guest editors in 2015, pages worth revisiting if you missed them first time round.


Sali Hughes is a journalist, broadcaster, Guardian columnist and founder of the award-winning, a beauty site and large online community forum for women.

At the time of writing, Sali's most recent buy online was "A black dress from Net-A-Porter to wear to interview, and have dinner with, the fashion designer Tom Ford. Believe me, there is no more stressful an invitation, from a dress code point of view." Read more...


A much loved guest at The GWG, Eric Lanlard is an award winning master patissier and international baking star.

Eric's latest guest edit was food themed with Sous Chef featuring. Eric said, "I am always on the look out for extraordinary ingredients or pieces of equipment that will make my pastry chef brain cells work even harder! These guys are very innovative and on top of their game. There is always something new to see and try out. The other good thing is it's open to everybody and they sell small quantities. I guide my baking class students to this site." Read more...


Tara Mohr is an expert on women's leadership and wellbeing. She helps women play bigger in sharing their voices and bringing forward their ideas in work and in life. Tara is the creator of the Playing Big leadership programme for women, which now has more than 1000 graduates from around the world.

It was no surprise to find a learning themed site on Tara's list of favourites, Oprah OCourses - " now offers some wonderful on-demand personal growth courses with teachers such as Brene Brown and Arianna Huffington. What I love about these courses is they don't just offer information - they also include all kinds of exercises to ensure you really learn and get to practise new ways of thinking and doing." Read more...


Mike Xenakis is the Managing Director of OpenTable International, the world's leading online restaurant reservations service.

One of Mike's top sites is Kayak, saying "Is there an easier website out there to assist with travel? Kayak was a godsend when it first launched as it removed the need to comparison shop across a slew of awful airline websites and poor travel site aggregators. The emphasis they place on usability is evident. If all online companies designed their sites as simply and purposefully as Kayak, the web would be a much more enjoyable place to transact." Read more...


Posted in May 2014, peope are still interested to find out what makes the tie-loathing adventurer and thrill seeker click online, with Magicseaweed being the most popular click through. As Sir Richard said, "Everyone needs time to unwind and often great ideas come while you are out doing what you love. I love kitesurfing so this is a great way of finding out everything I need to know about the surf conditions all over the world." Read more...

28 December 2015